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Saturday To-Do: Arkansas Times Farm to Table Dinner Party

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ARKANSAS TIMES FARM TO TABLE DINNER PARTY
5:30 p.m. Scott Plantation Settlement. $110.

You might have noticed over the last few months that the Arkansas Times has been putting on some fun events. Our Craft Beer Festival last October was a hit, with hundreds of thirsty beer-lovers showing up to sample dozens of delicious brews. Our Heritage Hog Roast saw some unseasonable — hell, just downright weird — weather but it was a great time nonetheless. Our inaugural wine event, Celebrate the Grape, was a sellout.

And now, we'll be offering y'all a chance to enjoy a stellar meal in the country, under the stars and with delightful company and live music. Country Club of Little Rock chef Brian Kearns (whose team won our Heritage Hog Roast) has crafted a compelling four-course meal, preceded by champagne and canapes. The always lovely and entertaining Bonnie Montgomery will perform. It's gonna be a very good time, so don't miss out. Buy tickets and get more info here.

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